Week in Review

In Brief:

Silvestre Antonio Perez-Agustine, also known as Tony Perez, died early Monday morning after being shot in the face in Northeast DC. He was 21-years-old.

Antonio Eugene Williams was assaulted in Northeast DC on Oct. 27 at about 6:35 p.m., the poster states. He died on Nov. 8 of injuries associated with the assault. MPD released information about the case this week.

A double shooting Monday night in Northeast D.C. killed 27-year-old Ronald Deacon Smith.

Albrecht Muth continued his correspondence with DC Superior Court, submitting this letter in response to the government. At a hearing Friday, Muth gained the court’s permission to represent himself at trial. His wife, Viola Drath‘s, death, he said at the hearing, was an Iranian hit.

Ray Allen Dicks was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder in connection with Eric Kearney‘s shooting death. The fatal shooting was retribution for a jailhouse rumor that Kearney was spreading the word about someone informing in his brother’s murder case.

Delron Atchison and Vincent Gray were ordered held today after Judge Thomas Motley found substantial probability that they were involved in the fatal shooting of Demetrius Thompson on board a Metro bus in Southeast DC last month. Both men are suspected of second-degree murder in connection with the case.

DC’s Chief Medical Examiner has concluded that Jodi Ward was killed in a homicide and Felicia Jones, the woman police believe attacked him, is now being charged with murder. She had previously been suspected of assault in the case.

Derek Johnson pleaded guilty in the stabbing death of Jamar Freeman. Freeman, 17, was killed on Oct. 8 at the at the Raymond Recreation Center/Park. Johnson, also 17, was a former classmate of Freeman’s. Under the terms of the plea agreement for second-degree murder while armed, he could be sentenced to 12 to 15 years in prison.

Irving Johnson was ordered held on substantial probability in connection with a triple shooting in Columbia Heights that left two men dead this summer.

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